Beem's Best of Race Caller Interview Podcasts
Jason Beem has curated a selection of his favorite moments interviewing Race Callers in the industry and brings them to you! This collection of 19 Race Callers brings their voice from the track to you.
- Tom Durkin
- Richard Grunder
- Ed Burgart
- Kurt Becker
- Gabe Prewitt
- Peter Galassi
- Dale Day
- John G. Dooley
- Frank Mirahmadi
- Travis Stone
- John McGary
- Keith Jones
- Paul Allen
- Mike Battaglia
- Vic Stauffer
- Peter Aiello
- Don Stevens
- Shannon “Sugar” Doyle
- Peter Berry
America’s most legendary racecaller joins the show.
The popular Tampa Bay Downs racecaller told us about his four decade career.
Quarter Horse announcing legend Ed Burgart joined us just prior to his final night calling at Los Alamitos.
Longtime Keeneland announcer Kurt Becker tells us about his career behind the mic.
The Prince of the Pomp came by to talk harness racing.
Chicago stalwart announcer Peter Galassi joined the show.
Longtime Remington Park caller Dale Day came on to talk Oklahoma racing.
John G. Dooley
We talked Arlington Million history with John G. Dooley.
Jason welcomed in Frank Mirahmadi to talk Monmouth, NYRA, the state of racecalling, and more.
The voice of the Kentucky Derby joined us to talk about calling America’s most prestigious race.
John joined us to talk about racing at Zia, Louisiana Downs, and more!
Longtime Parx announcer Keith Jones told us all about his career, Pennsylvania racing, and more!
We welcome in the long time voice of Canterbury Park and the Minnesota Vikings came by for a rare long form interview.
Longtime Kentucky announcer Mike Battaglia came on for a career retrospective.
Vic joined us after completing his first season at Oaklawn to talk about his first time in the booth after Hollywood Park closed.
Pete joined us days before calling his first Pegasus to talk about calling the richest race in the world.
“Delta” Don came on the show to talk Delta Downs.
Shannon “Sugar” Doyle
Veteran Canadian harness caller joins the show.
Popular Mountaineer racecaller Peter Berry comes by for an entertaining conversation.